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Jenni seeds
From September the delicious sweet and juicy furry brown, egg shaped fruit are produced and are best eaten when freshly picked off the vine when their texture is at their best. Perfect for a large greenhouse or growing over an arbour.

Kiwi Bush Jenny

Kiwi ‘Jenny’ is the most popular Kiwi because it is the only self-fertile, hardy kiwi variety. It makes a impressive climber, producing heart shaped leaves with red tips and bunches of small white flowers during the summer.

From September the delicious sweet and juicy furry brown, egg shaped fruit are produced and are best eaten when freshly picked off the vine when their texture is at their best. Perfect for a large greenhouse or growing over an arbour.

Grow Kiwi in full sun in moist but not waterlogged acid soil. They are vigorous climbers so will need suitable supports.

Rootstock: It’s own roots.

Flowering Group: Self-Fertile.

Years until fruiting from planting: 2-4

Age of tree at despatch: 2

Height at full growth: 4m/13ft

Most of our trees are delivered as bare rooted specimens with approximate height of: 3.5ft – 5ft / 105cm – 140cm depending on the variety.

In order to ensure a good pollination pick fruit trees from within the same or from adjacent flowering groups.

The vast majority of the trees we ship have been pruned and will appear trimmed.

Jenni seeds

An Illuminated Feminist Seed Bank is a new publication that tells the story of Seeds InService, a unique Chicago garden project by Maggie Puckett and Melissa H. Potter where plant fibers are cultivated for art works, research projects, and public interventions.

Seeds InService

Now available: An Illuminated Feminist Seed Bank

An Illuminated Feminist Seed Bank is a new publication that tells the story of Seeds InService, a unique Chicago garden project by Maggie Puckett and Melissa H. Potter where plant fibers are cultivated for art works, research projects, and public interventions.

For the past five years, Seeds InService has combined feminist and ecological concerns with the art of hand papermaking. This book serves as both a scholarly and poetic reflection on hand craft and social practice in uncertain cultural landscapes and blends critical writings, research, project documentation and original artworks. It offers inspiration as well as an informational guide for you to start your own seed revolution. It also promotes Chicago’s history in craft activism—a feminist tale that weaves back to the Jane Addams Hull-House and the Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper.